What is the difference between a Summary Report and a Constituent Report?

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Both Summary and Constituent reports are useful for Development reporting, but have different purposes. 

  • Summary Reports allow for campaign-specific reporting in a summarized view of giving history data, grouped by a particular set of development classifications.
    •  These reports are most commonly used to analyze counts and participation.
  • Constituent Reports are built using the advanced report functionality specific for Development purposes. 
    • These reports are often used to retrieve giving information about donors in preparation for a mailing.